Allah: the curse

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Epigraphers?and historians have traced the Islamic god, Allah, to several sources?- with the oldest reference found in the Epic?of Atrahasis -?several tablets within the Babylonian records dating to ~1700BC.?[see?–to-allah/?] this would put the name to the time of the Biblical Jacob and Esau?and their sojourn in Canaan.

Walid?Shoebat, although far from an Oxford, Yale or Harvard historian, had?his credentials in the Muslim Brotherhood. He has since renounced?his association with the Muslims and terror, after recieving Jesus?Christ as Lord and Savior. He has also established the above a?website for discussing the facts about Islam.

The?reference to Alla?(Allah) is associated?in its final conclusion, to the King of Erech [Uruk] – since it was?the tradition of the city-states to grant apotheosis to each king?that died, and set up a form of ancestor worship. For those who?would argue that the ancient deities were in fact demons, I would?remind the reader that the apotheosis of George Washington can be?found on the ceiling of the US Capital Dome ? complete with a?retinue of angels and other heavenly beings groveling at George?s?feet. Today, all Freemasons aspire to godhood, if only they could?buy themselves into the Degree of George. In any case, the Devil?doesn?t care if men worship bananas or goats, as long as they do?not worship the God of Heaven, Yehovah ? the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob.

As?any effective propaganda, the legend grows with age, and so the?details of Allah are spread about Mesopotamia and unto Egypt, where?Allah is associated with Tammuz, and Osiris, by way of stele that?describe his end ? in a wooden coffin filled with pieces of the?dead hero. The tragic end has its origin the very ancient epic?concerning the argument between Shem (the son of Noah) and Nimrod,?the great hunter before the Lord. Essentially, Shem, who is thought?to be Melchizedek of ancient Salem (Jerusalem), at the time of?Abraham [~1700BC], had previously demanded that Nimrod cease all the?rebellion, or else! Needless to say, Nimrod and his famed hunting?net [Heb. Chesem,?which is also?rendered as ?curse? or ?devoted thing?] is killed by Shem and?chopped in little pieces and scattered to the four winds, as an?example to others who would rebel. His wife, referenced as the?goddess Isis (Ishtar, or In nana), finds every body part except his?manly prowess – and so the fabled erection of memorial Obelisks dot?the landscape from Babylon to Egypt, to Rome, unto to the US. What a?fitting conquest for the man-deity Allah. His phallus is found in?the heart of every humanist culture with the largest erection to be?found in Washington DC, U.S.A. [see my article: The Mystery of?Iniquity]

Now?I wish to explain the curse of Allah. Everyone is familiar with the??Takbir??? the call of every Muslim, ?Allahu?Akbar,? which?is freely rendered, ?God is great,? and also means: ?Allah is?great,? or literally, ?the greatest among many? – with Allahu?the nominative of Allah.?The ?many? is subscribed to the 360 deities found in the?pre-Islamic Ka?ba (Kaaba) in Mecca that was kept administered by?the Quraysh tribe.

Similarly,?the ?Sh?ma?Yisrael? is the?Semitic call of every Jew that states: ?Hear?oh Israel, the LORD our God, the LORD is one.??So there is competition between the Semitic deities, in that the?Muslims worship Allah,?and the Hebrews worship Yehovah.

We?know what Yehovah means, from the Hebrew letters, which epigraphers?refer to as, the Tetragrammaton. The letters or consonants represent?the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, the God of Creation (YHWH or?YHVH). These letters mean that the Hebrew God ?is? ? or??always was, still is and will be.? In the Greek the term ?Alpha?and Omega? (beginning and end) would suffice as an equivalent?[Rev.1:17; 22:13]. Yehovah is known by his wonders and miracles in?Egypt, and among the Israelites and renowned in power among the?Assyrians, and Babylonians. Allah however is known through the work?of his slave Mohamed who was known for war, theft, bigamy, and?pedophilia. I used the word, ?slave? in reference to Mohammad,?since with Islam; one must ?submit? and does so under an?imprecation – that is, under an evil curse. As is follows:

??Of?Course, our first argument is from the Qur?an, which is the?strongest Divine evidence, namely the Verse?of Imprecation?(Ayah-e-Mubahila) in which Allah says: ?And?to him who disputes with you therein after the knowledge has come to?you, say, ?Come, let us summon our sons and your sons, and lay the?CURSE of Allah upon liars???many others have written that this holy verse was revealed on the?Day of Imprecation,?which was the 24th?or 25th?of Dhu?l-Hijja in 9AH.? [?]

Similar?curses or imprecations are to be found in Freemasonry, which?subscribes to the worship of Dionysus, who is the Greek equivalent of?Osiris, who is the apotheosis of Nimrod, and borrowed by the kings of?Erech [Uruk], unto the making of the deity Alla. How different the?Son of God is, when he said,??Love your enemies,?bless those that?curse you??[Mt.5:44], and the Apostle Paul?s admonition concerning those under?sin [the curse]: ?their?throats are open graves?their mouths are full of cursing and?bitterness???[Rom.3:13-14].

Since?the Semitic languages, Hebrew, Arabic, and Aramaic are as similar to?each other as, German, French and English, these Semitic languages?have similar word roots. Hebrew is the older of the Semitic languages?dated to 10th century BC, while Arabic is to be found establish?around 2nd century BC. Would you believe that the Hebrew has the?words, alah, qalal?qelalah, taalah and?qabar??These words are the equivalent of the Arabic words ?Allah??and ?akbar??in Arabic.

To?reiterate; Allah?is the Islamic deity, and akbar?means: great, or greater than.

In?Hebrew, alah?means oath, execration, or imprecation, or curse. The word taalah?is similar and is used as a tense in Hebrew grammar. The words qalal?and qelalah,?also signify a curse, but more at bringing about a lowering in?esteem, while al?forms a prefix, and means: to place upon or in addition to. Alah?is first found in Num.5:21, 23, 27. The text reads, ??the?priest is to put the woman under a curse of the oath ???[Num.5:21]. Concurrently, the Hebrew word qabar?means: great, or to be mighty, strong.

Following?through with a literal translation:

Arabic:?allah akbar?= god is great or god is greater than the many. In Hebrew: alah?qabar = the curse or?the execration of the curse is great. An expanded interpretation can?be: alah is?a very great curse placed upon a person. Therefore, to receive or?accept Allah,?is to place a curse upon one?s self. Hence, Allah the Curse!

If?one applies the ancient Sumerian text, ?Alla?owner of the NET!….the shepherd, lord Dumuzi, bridegroom of Inanna?with the?description of Nimrod, as a great hunter, who caught animals and as?well men, by a NET [Heb. chesem,?a curse], then it takes little effort to see the connection, when the?Bible states that sin looks to catch its prey in a NET, as in:

??All?men lie in wait to shed blood; each hunts his brother with a NET.? [Mic.7:2]


?You?have made men like fish in the sea, like sea creatures that have no?ruler. The wicked foe pulls all of them up in hooks, he catches them?up in his NET, he gathers them in his DRAGNET; and so he rejoices and?is glad. Therefore, he sacrifices to his NET, and burns incense to?his DRAGNET; for by his NET he lives in luxury and enjoys the?choicest food. Is he to keep on emptying his NET, destroying nations?without mercy? [Hab.1:15-17]

Perhaps?this explains the wanton rejoicing in the streets of the Middle East,?by practitioners of Islam, when bombs and bloodletting fall upon?their enemies.

Islam?spreads its net to catch men in its curse, by way of an oath, and so?does Freemasonry. You can be sure that the sequel to Nimrod, will be?the Antichrist, who will use Islam to catch men in his NET!

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